The Open Pillow

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Everyone is a perfect size for something.

Pillow wanted to have a purpose. He wanted to be useful to someone but he seemed to be too small -- just big enough for an ant’s head, and ants do not use pillows. So pillow watched others and learned to wait and grow until the day came when he was big enough to serve a very important purpose. More

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RH Ramsey reviewed on on Aug. 2, 2013

My 3-year-old, 7-year-old and I, read "The Open Pillow," and we all enjoyed this book. The artwork was beautiful, and the book's overall message: fitting in spaces you don't belong is nothing we should fret over; we outgrow people, places and things as we evolve. Not to mention, those places in which we go, hoping to "fit in" or mold to our surroundings, are temporary; finding our perfect fit lasts a lifetime.

Here are my 7-year-old's thoughts on "The Open Pillow."

"My favorite was the part when the cat ran away, because it was funny. It made me sad, when the pillow couldn't find his match. I learned, the word near-sighted means you can't see far away. I like the part when he found his match.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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